new Delhi. Companies in India are striving to get fair representation of men and women in the workplace. In this series, Britannia Industries, a company that makes daily consumption goods, has set a target of increasing the number of women in its workforce to 50 percent by 2024.
The number of women in the total employees of the company is 38 percent.
Amit Doshi, Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) of Britannia Industries said that at present, women constitute 38 per cent of the company’s total employees. “We want to promote gender equality in the company,” he said.
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60% women in Guwahati factory
60 percent of the total employees working in the Guwahati factory of FMCG company Britannia are women. The convict said that we will increase this number to 65 percent. He said that for the empowerment of women, the company has already started ‘Startup Challenge’ for women entrepreneurs.
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ties up with google for skill training to women
So far, the company has provided initial capital of Rs 10 lakh each to 30 women entrepreneurs. This amount has been made available to women entrepreneurs in areas like e-commerce, digital services, eye care through mobile vans and children’s education. Doshi said that the company has tied up with Google for skill training to women across the country.
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